Think dinosaurs are kid stuff? Not with this artists’ guide!
Everybody knows one of those nerdy little kids who is a walking encyclopedia of all things dinosaur-related. And all of us adults are afraid of looking like that kid. But secretly, in our innermost souls . . . we love dinosaurs, too. Now the artists among us can express that secret love using Dinosaurs: How to Draw Thunder Lizards and Other Prehistoric Beasts. It’s a glowing reissue of the first book designed to teach adults how to draw these fabulous creatures. With a focus on anatomy, Steve Miller’s step-by-step illustrations encompass the latest scientific research to show artists how to create the most realistic dinosaurs possible. For extra inspiration, the book features a gallery of work by leading dinosaur artists including Arthur Adams, Bryan Baugh, Brett Booth, Scott Harman, Gregory S. Paul, and the legendary Bernie Wrightson. Unleash the behemoths of the prehistoric world with this one-of-a-kind guide!
About Steve Miller
Steve Miller has worked as a toy designer for Resauras Toys, and has designed toy and video game characters for Sony, Microsoft, Image Comics, Warner Bros., and 20th Century Fox. He is the author of Freaks! How to Draw Fantastic Fantasy Creatures; Hi-Yah! How to Draw Fantastic Martial Arts Comics; Gung-Ho! How to Draw Fantastic Military Comics: and several other drawing titles. He lives in Canal Winchester, Ohio.
Dinosaurs: How to Draw Thunder Lizards and Other Prehistoric Beasts by Steve Miller